When Was The Last Time That Your Hearing Was Tested?

Let’s face the facts, nobody looks forward to the day that they get their first pair of hearing aids, but with 1 in 8 people over the age of 12 in the US having some form of hearing loss, hearing aids are a critical part of caring for your hearing health.

At Concierge Hearing Aid Services, we provide a unique, high-level of personal service that allows us to care for your hearing health, around your current commitments or lifestyle.

By coming to your home or workplace (with in-office appointments also available), we’re able to test your hearing in a comfortable environment, where your hearing is required most – during your evaluation, we’ll test your hearing before sharing the results of your audiogram.

If we find that you have a hearing loss, we’ll then be able to make an experienced recommendation on the best way to treat/care for your hearing health.

 

IS MY AREA COVERED?

Helping You Choose The Perfect Hearing Aids To Suit
Your Lifestyle, Circumstances and Budget

Invisible In The Canal (IIC)

The smallest custom style, IIC instruments, sit invisibily in or past the second bend of the ear canal. IIC devices are specifically designed for mild-to-moderate hearing loss.

Completely In The Canal (CIC)

The smallest custom style, CIC instruments, fit deeply and entirely within the ear canal. They fit mild-to-moderate hearing losses and offer a high cosmetic appeal, as they’re nearly invisible when worn.

In The Canal (ITC)

ITC instruments sit in the lower portion of the outer ear bowl, making them comfortable and easy to use. Because they’re slightly larger than CIC models, they have a longer battery life and can host additional features, such as directional microphones, for better understanding in noisy environments, and controls such as volume controls. They fit mild to moderate hearing losses.

Full Shell Or In The Ear (ITE)

Full shell models sit flush within the outer ear bowl. Their size allows the maximum number of controls and features, such as directional microphones, which require space on the outer portion of the instrument. They use a larger battery size than the smaller styles and can fit a larger receiver with enough power for even some severe hearing losses. Because of their flexibility, they’re widely recommended for mild-to-severe hearing loss.

Receiver In Ear (RIC)

RIC models are mini BTEs that have the speaker of the instrument incorporated in the ear tip, instead of in the main body of the instrument. RIC instruments fit mild-to-severe hearing losses. This hearing aid style looks similar to the Mini BTE when worn on the ear.

BTE With Earmold

BTEs with earmolds fit mild through profound hearing losses. Their longer shape follows the contour behind the outer ear and can house many features, including a program button and volume control. The earmold and style, as well as the wearer’s hairstyle, determine exactly how they’ll look on each person.

TESTIMONIAL

“Her experience and personal knowledge of various types of hearing aids, she was able to help me find the right hearing device for my particular needs”

“When I first realized I was having hearing problems, I was overwhelmed with the fact I may need a hearing device.

It seemed a huge undertaking to find the right person to see? How much will it cost? And many other questions I had.

I was fortunate to have been referred to Wendy Meyer-Eberhard. Since the time I met Wendy, I have been gifted with a wonderful hearing device. Because of her experience and personal knowledge of various types of hearing aids, she was able to help me find the right hearing device for my particular needs.

Thank you, Wendy.”